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SubjectRe: Bug reporting script? (was: removal of redundant line in documentation)

> About bug reports, isn't a good thing introduce the sgi's lkcd (linux
kernel crash dump) into the main stream of 2.5? The main problem of lkcd in
2.2 was the lack of kiobufs.
> I think it as a good thing, for distributions, the distribution guys have
the vmlinuz image of the distro, so when a bug happens the user only needs
to send the crash dump to the distribution kernel hacker, and he can discuss
the bug on lkml.
> This introduce a new kind of bug reporter, if the distribution makes
avalaible every new development kernel as a package, a user can download and
use, crash and report the bug without any knowledge about kernel. So the
marketing guys can say: 'help the development of linux without hacking,
report bugs'.

I think this would be a great idea.

Dan Browning, Cyclone Computer Systems,

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